Pericarp bean is a component of Biofiton Healthy Joints, Joint Mobility, Healthy Pancreas supplements.
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Bean (Phaseolus, fr. haricot, ger. Gartenbohne, it. fagiolo) – a type of annual plants and perennials belonging to the family of fabaceae. Naturally, they occur in South and North America, in the north reaching for Connecticut, but they achieve the greatest diversity in the tropics. The genus includes at least from about 36 to 96 species. Numerous species have been widespread in cultivation around the world after the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, with the majority in the tropical zone. In a moderate climate, including Europe, two species – common and multifloral beans – are of utmost importance. Plants of this type belong to the most important crops in the world.
The fruiting of beans reduces the level of glucose in the blood (antidiabetic action) and exerts a detoxifying and diuretic effect. Preparations from the pericarp of beans have been used in the treatment of diabetes, rheumatic diseases, chronic skin diseases in the context of metabolic disorders. Preferably work with acne and psoriasis.
The fruiting of seedless beans contains amino acids (arginine, asparagine, leucine, lysine), glycoproteins (immunologically active lectins), silicic acid, flavonoids, fazeoline, guanidinoaminovaleric acid, phenolic acids, trigonelline (a combination of nicotinic acid with betaine), allantoin, chromium, potassium , saponins.
Herbaceous clivia (annual and perennial) reaching up to 6 m in height with writhing and mostly thin stems.
Complex, with three leaflets and small stipules.
Butterfly, gathered in loose clusters. The five-piece parcel of the cup is joined together. Crown flakes, also 5 in number, uneven. Upper in the form of a magnificent sail. Side wings form folded wings covering the boat containing 10 rods and posts. Stamens are in a tube and only one, the highest, is free. The ovary is upper, formed from one carpel and contains several seeds developing into seeds. The petals have a color from white to orange-red, to red.
Cylindrical or flattened pods containing white, black or marbled (multi-colored) seeds.
Beans naturally occur in South and North America, in the north reaching for Connecticut, but the greatest variation is achieved in the tropics. Occurs in a temperate climate, including Europe.